TSXKPNONR 222. ESTABLISHED 1815. SPECTACLES?. ￼ EYEGLASSES} AT ALL PRICES. .i:O. AT ALL PmcES. Greatest care and attention in Suiting. FIELD & OPERA GLASSES, BAROMETERS, &c. J. D. SIDDALL, OPTICIAN TO THE INFIRMARY, THE CROSS, 4, BRIDGE ST., CHESTER. UMBRELLAS & Walking Sticks. LANTERNS AND SLIDES ON SALE OR HIRE. OXX GE, N ALWAYS IN STOCK. REPAIRS OF ALL KINDS.
llNUArttWSlVJS LIGHT WINES Of Good Quality for Ordinary Summer Use. MOSELLE (STILL on SPASKLIXG). HOCK (STUJ, OR SPARKLING) ¡ CHAMPAGNE. SAUTERNE. CLARET. I THOS. WELSBY & CO. I WINE MERCHANTS, I BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. I AGENTS FOR— 1\ SCHWEPPE'S TABLE WATERS. BASS & CO.'S ALES. TEI.KrHO.VK 41.
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. +- ROYALTY ^HEATRE, CHESTER. MONDAY NEXT, SKIT. 17th, 1906, for Six Nights and one Matinee— THK SUCCESSFUL MUSICAL COMEDY, "THE CINGALEE," THE CINGALEE," "THE CINGALEE." Full Chorus, Augmented Orchestra. MATINEE, Saturday, Sept. 22nd, at 2-30. TIMK AND PlaCES AS USUAL. NEWGATE STREET ASSEMBLY ROOMS, CHESTER. A CONCERT WILL TIE GIVEN 0" SATURDAY, SEPT. 2'JTII, IVOIj, AT THKKE O'CLOCK JJY THE Pupils of Miss Emily Giles, A.R.C.M. KINDLY ASSISTED BY Miss Dilys Jones & Mr, Edward Giles. The Programme will include GRIEG'S PEER GYNT SUITE, arranged as Quartett for 2 Pianos, and Miss Giles and Miss Mona Smith will play SCHUMANN'S ANDANTE, and VARIATIONS op. 46 in B flat, for 2 Pianos. Reserved Seats, 2/ and Unreserved, 1/ Plan of the Room can be seen and Tickets obtained at Messrs. PHLLLIPSON & GOLDICitS, Eastgate Row. 1482 D A N C IX iG. THE NEWGATE QUADRILLE PARTY'S DANCING CLASS will commence WED- NESDAY, September 26th, in the ASSEMBLY ROOMS, NEWGATE STREET. Dancing, 8 to 10-30. Marchant's Band. TICKETS Lady's, H/ Gent.'s, 6/6. 1395 DXN C I N CR. rilHE CESTRIAN QUADRILLE PARTY'S DANCING CLASS will commence another ?ASOn at the HOLBOUK H.OOŒ. FORKGATE-STREBT, on THURSDAY, 20th September, 1906, with a CINDERELLA. Dancing from 8 to 12 p.m. Tickets 1/-eac h. Members free. Benyon's Bnl I CHESTER GYMNASIUM AND SCHOOL of PHYSICAL CULTU RE I 35, LOWER BRIDGE-STREET, WILL RE-OPEN OCTOBER 1ST, 1906. I Classes for Ladies, Gentlemen, & Children. For further particulars enq uire- H. F. RUSHTON, 114, Nortbgate-st., Chester. C II E S H I R E DAIRY FARMERS' ASSOCIATION. N O T I C E THE 23TH GREAT ANNUAL DAIRY S II O W WILL 1;K HELD IN THE MARKET HALL, CHESTER, ON TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY, OCTORKR 16th and 17th, 1906. A: 3 6 8 Including the Association's GOLD and SILVER MmAr., will be given in Prizes for Merit, in CHEESE, BUTTER, HONEY, EGGS AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Prize Lists ready.-Apply to the Secretary, ROBERT CHALLINOR, Chester. r A R ND 0 N IfA.]N DON. OMNIBUSES & BRAKES Daily from NAG'S HE AD COCOA HOUSE at 10 3.m.. ^-•iO p.m., 1-45, 7-15 (8 o'clock on Saturdays). Return from FARNDON 8 a. m., 9-30 am., 12 loon, 5-15 p.m. CHAS. GAUTERIN, Proprietor. NEWGATE-STREET ASlMBLY ROOMS. TO BE LET BAZAARS, CONCERTS, DANCES, AT HOMES. For all Information and Terms, apply to J. W. HENDERSON, House Agent, 35, Bridge street Row. YOU SHOULD USE A GAS COOKER. STUDY YOUR COMFORT & SECURE LESS WORK, A COOL KITCHEN, liCOJSOMY IN COOKING. NO CHARGE FOR FIXING VIJ TO 40 FKKT PIPING from 1)- per Quarter HIRE. INCANDESCENT I GAS LIGHTING, ion I CHEAPNESS AND BRILLIANCE, IS INCOMPARABLE FOR SI-IOP LIGI-ITING. GAS ENGINES, Supplied FIXED FREE, on the HIRE PURCHASE SYSTEM. further particulars can be obtained, and GAS APPARATUS of every description seen I at the GAS OFFICES & SHOWROOMS, CUPPIN STREET, CHESTER. CLASSES THAT MAGNIFY) G L!t be w; !qU Iu fact, it is j vey lDIíkely that you will nced powerful lenses. Yet I this IS all the ordinary Spectacle d.alcr deems neces- | sary, and this is wby so many eyes are ruined. There I are so many tbinjs to be considered whoa selecting Lenses to correct defective sight., that it is wise in the I interest of your own safety to consult a competent j Optologist only. H. C.HOUGHTON,aoA (OPTOLOGIST), EYESIGHT and SPECTACLE SPECIALIST, Late Manager for WOOD, ABRAHAMS, Liverpool and Manchester. 23, EASTGATE-STREET, CHESTER. Tel. No. 21Y3. No agents or travelling representatives employed. All Repairs done on the Premises, cheaply & promi'tly. REMOVALS. ALLAN MORRIS & Go. 15, GODSTALL CHAMBERS (LATE 5, ST. WERBURGH'S MOUNT), I CHESTER. LOWEST RATES. EXPERIENCED PACKERS. ESTIMATES FREE. TEL. 204. PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENTS. ST. WERBTJRG-HIS, GROSVENOri, PARK ROAD, CHESTER. A B A Z AAR, I WILL BE HELD I (With the object of Completing this j Building), l. IN THE TOWN HALL, CHESTER, I NOV. 7TH, 8TH & 9TII. I Season Ticket, 2/ Admission Each Day, 1/ After 7 p.m., Gd. CHESTER FARMERS' CLUB ANNUAL FOAL SHOW SEPTEMBER 22ND, 1906, I IN THE LINEN HALL. ENTRIES CLOSE TO-DAY, Saturday, 15th. For SCHEDULES aid Entry Forms apply R. S. LINNELL, Secretary, Grosvenor Chambers, Newgate-street, Chester. PUBLIC NOTICES. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. MRS. CLEMENTS, Certificated Nurse, L r- i has REMOVED from 17, OVRHLEIGH ROAD, HANDBRIDGE, to 2, OULTON-PLACE, ST. ANNE-STREET. CHESTER, CREWE AND DISTRICT FEDERATION OF FREE CHURCH COUNCILS THE ANNUAL MEETINGS CITY-ROAD WESLEY AN CHURCH, CII ESTER, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th, 1906. 11 A.M. Conference for Ministers and Delegates. To be presided over by Aid. Rev. J. ScoTT LmcKTT. M.A. (president of the National Council), and assisted by Rev. Dr. TOWNSKND. Subject, "The immediate work of our Councils.2-30 P.M. Annual Business Meeting of the Federation.— 4-0 r.M. Sermon by Ald. Rev. J. SCOTT-LIDGETT, M.A.—5-15 P.M. Public Tea and Conference. Tickets for Tea, 6d. each.—7-30 P.M. Great Public Meeting. Chairman, Rev. JAS. TCAYIS speakers, Aid Rev. J. SCOTT-LIDGSTT, M.A., and Rev. Dr. TOWNSEND. UNION OF LANCASHIRE & CHESHIRE INSTITUTES. THE S I X T Y S F. V H N T K A NNUAL GENERAL MEETING WILT, BE HELD IN THE TOWN HALL, CHESTER, ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27TH, 1906, The Right Hon. the Earl of Derby, K G., PRESIDING. An Address will be delivered by the Right Hon. Lord Stanley of Alderley, ENTITLED "THE RELATIONS BETWEEN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL AND THE SECONDARY AND CON- TINUATION SCHOOL SYSTEMS." CHESTER CATHEDRAL "YOLUNTAEY NAVE CHOIR. There are several VACANCIES. Members are required to attend Service at (i,O p. m. on SUNDAYS and Practice at 8 p.m. on FRIDAYS. r Application should be made (by letter) to DR. BRIDGE, Christ Church Vicarage. CHESTE! CATHEDRAL. THERE are VACANCIES for Probationary jL CHORISTERS. Candidates must be Iw- tween the ages of 8 and 1.1, able to read well, and of respectable parentage. They recetve 1. A first-class Education (including Shorthand) at the Choir School. Head Master: Rev. H. CHIGNELL, M. A. Second Master: Mr. A. E. THOMAS, M. A. 2. Siatutable payment to Choristers, £3. Gs. 8d. ¡ yearly. 3. Bonus on leaving, varying according to length of service and good conduct. (Former choristers have drawn as much as E,30). 4. Free instruction in vocal music and in organ or pianoforte whenever a boy shews suffi- cient ability. 5. Under the new scheme ex-Choristers may, after leaving the Cathedral, continue their education at the King's School at half fees. Apply at the Cathedral Practice Room on SATURDAYS, botween 9-30 and 10-15 a.m. I JOSEPH C. BRIDGE, M.A.rus. Doc., Master of the Choristers. HEWITT'S FOR BY ROYAL WARRANT TO HER LATE The King. Majesty Queen Victoria. BOLLAND'S RESTAURANT AND CAFE, EASTGATE ROW & EASTGATE-ST., CHESTER. WEDDING "CA K E S. AS SUPPLIED TO HIS MAJESTY THE KING. WEDDING RECEPTIONS, GARDEN, RIVER AND PICNIC PARTIES. ICES, made from fresh Fruit. LEMONADE, made from fresh Lemons. RESTAURANT.-Table d'Hote and a la Carte. Soups, Fish, Entrees, Joints, Grill. LADIES' AFTERNOON TEA ROOM. CAFE AND SMOKE ROOM.—Wines, Spirits, Liqueurs, Coffee. HOLLAND S Celebrated DAINTY CAKES) 3,6 & 7/- per Box, post free. IN PRETTY FANCY TIN BOXES, 4/6, POST FREE. BOLLAND'S Celebrated CESTRIAN P ASTij" 1/6 per Pot. HIRE OF PLATE, GLASS, CHINA; WAITERS. ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED AND DESPATCHED BY FIRST TRAIN OR POST AS REQUIRED. PRICE LIST AND WINE LIST FREE BY POST ON APPLICATION. R. BOLLAND & SONS, LTD. TELEPHONE: No, 37. • TELEGRAMS: "BOLLAND'S, CHESTER." During SEPTEMBER we shall be SHOWING AUTUMN FASHIONS, INCLUDING FURS, COSTUMES, MANTLES, AND MILLINERY. EUR COATS will be a prominent feature. I CARACUL COATS at 8.9/6, guineas, 5 guineas, 5 guineas, 6 guineas, 7 guineas, 9 guineas. CARACUL PALETOTS, trimmed Miuk and Sable, up to 49 guineas each. MOLE SQUIRREL COATS, 4 guineas, 5 guineas, 5k guineas, 7 gu i neas, &c. SABLE SQUIRREL COATS, from 14 guineas to 28 guineas. SABLE FURS, in Russian and Hudson Bay Collars, Sto!es, Throwovers j and Muffs. GREY FURS will be a great Fashion this Season. Large assortment in Fox, Squirrel, Opossum, &c., &c. CHIFFON VELVET GOWNS in all Colors, lined Silk, from j 9k guineas eacb. COSTUMES IN NEW STYLES, Tweed Skirts in great variety, Tweed Overcoats for Travelling and Motoring, Golf Jerieys, &c. SMART AUTUMN HATS, MOTOR CAPS, &c. Ladies own Furs Cleaned and Remodelled to present Fashion. ESTIMATES ON APPLICATION. JOSEPH BECKETT & CO., CHESTER. PUBLIC NOTICES. PRIMITIVE METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL, GEORGE ST., CHESTER. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES! A. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER IGm. REV. JAMES TRAVIS will preach. Morning, 10-45 Evening, 6-30. A Children's Service will be held in the afternoon k E. (,001)?MAN- Ciiair-I at 2-30. Address by Mr. A. E. GOOInIAN. Chair- man Councillor Wm. Vernon, who will present the prizes to the scholars. Tuesday Evening, Sept. 18th, n.t 7.30, PUBLIC MEETING, Chairman Mr. Chas. Hibbert, Speaker: nev. James Travis, supported by Revs. J. Dickinson and S. Parlow. Collections at each service in aid of school funds. 1434 THE COMMITTEE of the CHESTER CITY MISSION appeal for RECOMMENDA- TIONS for the Infirmary. The demand for Recommendations is very g-reat from the very poor amongst whom the Missionaries labour. They should he ceiit to the Secretaries, Mr. W. Deiuson or Mr. Jas. G. Hope, Mission Hall, Crook-street, Chester. PUBLIC NOTICE. BELFAST SHIRT & COLLAlt DEPOT, THE CROSS, CHESTER. In future, the above Establishment will CLOSE at 2 p.m. on WEDNESDAYS. I PUBLIC NOTICE. CHESTER MUSICAL SOCIETY. There are VACANCIES in the Chorus. Names should be sent in at once, to Dit. BRIDGE. Christ Church Vicarage. PLEASURE CRUISES. ¥. THE DEE STEAM BOAT CO. The above Company is the only one authorised by His Grace the DUKK OF WESTMINSTER, to run their STEAMKRH regularly to EATON HALL. The "Ormonde" & Bend Or" Will run as follows (Sundays excepted):— j am am am ¡nJlpI)mml pm Chester.dp ? 0 1030 1130 1 0 1 30 2 45'3 30 4 35 Ecc!estoul'\ 9 50 112.) ]?) 150 3 20 3 35 4 20 5 ?o Iron Hrhlge 10)all-? ? ?.?j Iron Hr'K..d? 1015 IH5 54.? EccJc3ton F 1040-1210 3235 1 50 2 ? 3 .35 4 30 '6 10 Chester, arr 1130:1 0 1 2T> 2 40 3 lo t 2f ;i 20 7 0 FARES CHKSTER to ECOLESTON, 6d. Single; 9d. Return lio-i BRIDGE, sd. „ Is. „ Weather and other causes permitting. I S L E 0 F MAN. ￼ JJfjL New Tnrbino Steamer VIKING, fram Liverpool Daily (to 17th) at 10-30 a m.. returning- from lJouglas at 3.30 i. m. DOUCLK DAILY SERVICE (Sundays excepted), to 17th. From LIVERPOOL. 1 From DOUGLAS. Daily, M-SOa. m. & 3.J5 n.m. I Daily 9 a m. & ? 30 p.m. B X T B A S. Saturdays, 5p.m. I Mondays 12.-10 a.m. and 12-50 iiizi,t 1 4/- DAY EXCURSIONS. 6'. FORK CABIN. SALOON. From LIVERPOOL (weekdays) 10.30 a.m., and from DOUGLAS 3.30 p.m., due Liverpool about 71) m. Day Excursion Tickets issued by Saturdays* 12.5ftr.ight steamer from Liverpool to veturu Sunday midnight. GUIDE AND SAILINGS FREK.-TSLE OF MAN ) STEAM PACKET CO, Ltd., Douglas. j SCHOOL BOOTS. RICHARD JONES & CO., LTD. EASTGATE STREET. Our MANTLE DEPARTMENT is now complete with very Choice Selection of NEW AUTUMN GOODS. TAILOR-made COSTUMES A Specialit. v 9 Tweeds and Plain Cloths, lang-ing from 21/- upwards. TWEED COATS with FUR COLLARS, in a Large Variety. ALSO FUR-LINED AND TRIMMED PALETOTS. WE WISH TO DRAW ATTENTION to our LARGE ASSORTMENT of UNDERSKIRTS Which we have in ALL THE NEWEST SHADES AND SHAPES. RICHARD JONES & Co., LTD. EASTGATE STREET, CHESTER. THE PARISIAN MILLINERY CO. Have pleasure in announcing that they arc now prepared with an extensive collection of NEW GOODS FOR THE AUTUMN TRADE. OUR NEW DESIGNS Have been selected with every care, and all the New Styles and Pat err.s will be offered at Popular Prices. WE ANTICIPATE A LARGE DEMAND FOR FUR AND SKIN HATS, AND HAVE MADE EXTENSIVE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THESE GOODS. MARMOT, SQUIRREL, MINK, MUSQUASH, GREBE, AND OTHER MILLINERY FURS WILL TIE FREELY DISPLAYED. We solicit the favour of an early call, when every attention will be given. 14, BRIDGE STREET, CHESTER. THE CHESTER iOTOR GARAGE CO. 3A, FOREGATE ST. (opposite Lloyd's Bank), THE OLDEST AND LARGEST GARAGE IN CHESTER. ALL MAKES OF CARS OVERHAULED And REPAIRED by ENGINEERS. MODERATE CHARGES. I OUR SPECIALITY- MERCEDES, PANIIARDS. NAPIER. ALL REPAIRS GUARANTEED MECHANICALLY FKKFKCT BRFCRK LEAVING orR WOI:KS. NOTE.—We have no connection with any New Company. OUR ONLY ADDRESS IS: 3a, FOIIEGATE STREET (Red Lump over Entrance). MANAGER: W. J. WILLIAMS. EXUIXKEK 1. DICKINSON, C.E. HARVEST ltJE. CHESTER NORTHGArrE BREWERY COMPANY'S PRIME CHESTER ALES, In 41, 0, 18, and 36 CraHoii Casks. Orders solicited, and careful attention given to prompt delivery by the Company's Carts, or, if by Rail, Carriage Paid to nearest R-iihray Station. W. T. MARSHALL, SECY. & MGR. £ 1. 5/- LESS THAN THE USUAL PRICE TOR THE THREE-SPEED RALEIGH CYCLES, AT PRESENT IN STOCK. THIS REDUCTION IN PRICE is at the rate of 10 per cent. for Cash, WHICH WE ARE NOW ALLOWING OFF ALL RALEIGH AND ALLDAYS CYCLES, PURCHASED FROM STOCK. LUCAS ACCESSORIES SUPPLIED FREE WITH ALL CYCLES. SPECIAL LOW TERMS on Easy Payment System. I J. E. BRASSEY & SON LTD., CHESTER. 'T. G. BU11R,ELL"S i SEPTEMBER DELIVERY OF NEW i AUTUMN GOODS. NEW CARACUL COATS, Tweed JACKETS and COSTUMES, NEW MILLINERY, FUR NECKLETS & DRESS SKIRTS. SPECIAL PURCHASE of the Celebrated LASTItLt E SKIRTS, in Vicuna, Tweeds, Cloth Sertfe, Ac., 611, Sill. lOt;, 12 G. Made of Superior Cloth, and by. expert British workers. Extraordinary Value in Ladies' WOVEN SPENCERS, 1/3. Ladies' WOVEN VESTS, short and long sJeeve. 13 and lit!. Children's WOVEN COMBINATIONS 31M L0i, 12, 1 41, 1/6. Grand Value in Superior Quality MOREEN SKIRTS, in all tin leading Shades, from 1 m to 12/6. NEW STOCK of CHILDREN S FROCKS PINAFORES, COATS, PELISSES, HATS and BONNETS. New Stock of Latest DRESS MATERIALS. Black and Navy SERGE COATINGS, al! wooL LC, 1 li, IG, 1 111 and 23. 61. T. G. BURRELL, .Union Hull Building- Chester. DAWSON & WEST, PAWNBROKERS, JEWELLERS, CLOTHIKRS, AND COMPLETE HOUSE FUJ:.VJ,S;JKR.S. Cash Advanced to any amount on Gold and Silver Plate, Jewelleiy, Furniture, Pianos and Organs, Furs, Carpets, and on all portable property. Parcels by Post receive prompt attention cash by return. Private Pledge Office. NOTI, ADDRESS— 54 & 56, FOREGATE-ST., CHESTER. -?? ? 1 ?/-BEDt:OOM SUITE in 0 J I solid satin w:?nut. com- prising ?,ft. Gin. by 7ft. wardrobe, with full length bevelled robins; lrinor, c;trv>d 1)anel. large hat drawer and ba«jpn<f compartment dressing client with Jarg-e dressing- glass, jewel drawers and 4 large drawers wa.hst.and with marble slab, double row tiled back and bevelled shuving- mirror, chamber cupboard and towel rail attached,with two chairs. The lot ￼ /—Strong weF-niade KITCHEN COUCH. ???/ ?pho?.terpd :n hauch?th. spring ?ent, &t: polished mahoganycoloui and carved back! O/"k /—The lot complete. I'V.!] size brass rail Ov// BEDSTEADS, pair of sybsaten, straw mattrasses and wool' ftocfc "bed, Twister and pillows. ??? 1 f/—Handsome old f?nc'apd ?'?.i.?/ CMEST of DRAWERS, massive supixirta on each side, 7 drawers made of oak; fronts and sides solid mahogany; in splendid condition. Only £ 4 "I IOA ^T:ANK YAT;D—Special q't?iiy Cnrk JL/? LINOLEUM an? Cork CARPET; lioral and tile pattern. Wear guaranteed. nl S?A.:K YARD — Rolls of BEDROOM -Jg Li? OILCLOTHS; aborted p?r?. ALL LINOLEUMS and OILCLOTHS laid hoe. Estimates given. X*/i Zl/?? s?od "ndition. Double Of;i b1rre1. btee'hloading. ham- merless GUN; pistol st-ck, patent stop action. A bargain. //>—Upholstered b;ck and seat wd:er 8/ O ARM CHAIR !ar?c<?e. ￼ Second-hand. Stuff over EASY ) CHAIR: iron frame, spring seat' upholstered in nood quAhty tapestry. Che.? OP ~i f I Second-hand P I A N O- 6?<?a i_ \-r FORTE in ?.Md.-onditioa. ntahoginy ca-e, ivoiy keys. Suitable for learner. OQ /—Neat, aobd walnut BOOK- • J > CASE, 3ft. by 7ft. ht.?h foidm? glass doors, moveable shelves, cupboard and drawer benaatli, (op?rhandif-'?g' Mtted with locks k<\ Cficap. JL**? 1 ?/ Pretty pMiour suite, uphol- ry 9 ??/ stercd *n ruby b'oche ve).vet' spring s^ats and padded backs, solid birch frames, p.L-hed walnut, comprising couch 2 ea-ies and 4 small chairs, extra high h!1cks; IHW p:trrn. t c)'' 0111-NA, very jr?? /—Antique Set of CHINA, very C???e??/ ?d.cof.tpri.sin? tea pot, cream jug, basin, 2 large plates and 12 ciirs and saucers. '? 0 /J—I'-1 t!-Full ??., wool FLOCK I ) LED, Bolster, and 2 P;ows. extra ,nHg ticks black wool ilock. lv'Cttv Lhck eboni:^ed oWA • O V E R M A N T E L shield, bevelled centre glass, shelves for ornaments, and turned i,ii iir. — -???' 5/11 ?'?? ? ?'?? ??'? cli?a ty rea' €it'l>l j 1\ 1 tapestry Hearth BUUS, pretty pat' terns will wear well only a few left. O — Small Mze CHEST of <??'e ?/ DRAWERS, in ua!m!t: \ntb glass attached and jewel drawers on top; nictly polished brass bandies. WK TAKIi WKF.KI.V OR MON"I!!1.Y PATJIENTS. I TELEPHOVX No. 111. EDGAR DUTTON & SONS, Complete Funeral Furnishers AND CAURIAGE PROPRIETORS, 30, Frodsham-street, Chester. I E. D. & SONS, having the Largest Stock of I Belgian Horses, Superior Glass and Closed Hearses, Private Broughams and lh:wne: are prepared to Supply Funer-'Is cheaper than any jther shop in the City. E. D. & SO N S take he ENTIRE MANAGE- MENT OF FUNERALS in Town or Country with due regard to economy and Infant's Funeral, with a Pair Horse Coach, Cofrin and Grave, from 24s. To the Poor or Benevolent, a good CofSa, Schiilibeer and Grave complete, 38s. SOLE AGENTS FOR PATENT METALLIC COFFINS. (The trade supplied). Superior WEDDING CARRIAGES for hire, kept only for Weddings, at moderate chargea. 12, PRIVATE ADDHKSSKS 12, UNION WALK, adjoining Stables; and I WELLFIELD HOUSE, NEWTON, -ø_- HERBERT ELLIS'S CESTRIAN IRONFRAMED PIANOS. SEND FOR LIST. 71, FOIIEGATE STREET, CHESTER,, FROM 10/6 PER IONTHo I